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Our highly acclaimed media training service is continuing to thrive online – we ran a second session via Zoom last week.

Along with our friends Memorable Creative Journalism (MCJ), we ran the online training for RCN Wales, following a successful first session in the summer.

The half-day was hosted by our senior consultant Andrew Weltch (whose background is in print journalism and PR) and broadcast consultant, Mariclare Carey-Jones (a highly regarded broadcast journalist, who also runs MCJ Documentaries).

A condensed version of our usual full-day experience, it included hints and tips, a look at how the media is dealing with the ‘covid’ world, and one-to-one media interviews via Zoom, as if for TV.

One of the delegates, Michelle Moseley, Education and Lifelong Learning Adviser at RCN Wales, said: “It was a really useful afternoon’s training and being interviewed, although daunting was in a very ‘safe’ environment.”

And in a Tweet, Jenifer French, Mental Health and Learning Disability Adviser at RCN Wales,  commented: “Really enjoyed the online media training thank you both for your excellent facilitation and making the session so informative and enjoyable.”

As well as running media training for RCN Wales with MCJ for several years, we have organised sessions for business leaders, sports competitors and administrators, and educators in schools and universities.

We always make sure the sessions are relevant to those taking part, and many participants find they are soon putting their new skills to use on TV, radio, online and in print.

We are now making our media training available via Zoom to all clients. If you’d like to know more, please email us

Our media training is designed to be affordable, useful, and fun. See what others have said, and check out this little video.

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